After video was released of Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) being removed from a theater in Denver for getting handsy with her date and vaping, she has been removed from the bill of a conservative Christian youth summit.
Boebert, 36, was removed from advertising for the Texas Youth Summit, a convention organized for later this month. She had previously been a major part of its online branding, being near the front of several posters about the event.
The rescinded speaking spot is just the latest fallout for Boebert, who is in the middle of a divorce from her husband Jayson, after video surfaced of her being escorted out of a Denver performance of “Beetlejuice” earlier this month.
The video showed Boebert, a vocal conservative, could be seen inappropriately touching her date, bar co-owner Quinn Gallagher, while he touched her breasts.
She was also seen vaping and taking selfies before the two were asked to leave the theater. She apparently asked the staff “Do you know who I am?” before flipping them off.
Boebert had been featured as a key speaker at the Texas summit, and a part of the VIP reception before the behaviors were caught on camera.
When she appeared on stage at the event last year, she made headlines after taking the stage with a pistol strapped to her leg.
The youth summit, which has prominently featured a cross on its stage in previous years, says it seeks to spread Christian values to young people.
“We are working to educate young people with conservative and most importantly, Judeo-Christian values so that they have the right worldview when they go off to college, or when they’re in their high schools, because of what the left is doing,” said summit founder Christian Collins.
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